Barnsley Family Cemetery

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Directions:  Take I-75 North to Exit 306.  Turn left off the exit. Travel approximately 2.2 miles  on Highway 140. Turn left at Hall Station Road and travel south approximately 5.5 miles. Hall Station Road will intersect Barnsley Gardens Road At the old filling station on the right, turn right onto Barnsley Gardens Road Travel 2.5 miles to Main Entrance of the Resort
GPS:  N34° 17.961'  W84° 59.6247'   Elevation: 856'
Note:  We wish to thank Mr. Clent Coker of Barnsley Gardens for the information on this cemetery.  Some names and dates in the cemetery transcription are used with the author's permission.  The following exerpt is taken from Barnsley Gardens At Woodlands The Illustrious Dream by Clent Coker. 

"Since the early 1950's, Clent Coker has spent much of his life collecting and preserving the Barnsley history and artifacts.  He is a direct descendant of two of Godfrey Barnsley's early associates in the Georgia up-country and is the Barnsley Historian and Founding Director of the museum at Barnsley Gardens". 

Clent's book can be obtained by contacting him at the Barnsley Gardens museum at:

Photographs:   Clent Coker    Sign     Scenery     Grand Manor today     Cemetery    
Godfrey Barnsley Family marker      Cemetery       Cemetery
Name Birth Death Comments / Notes
Baltzelle, James P. 1834 Feb 14, 1868 CAPT PROV MAR; CSA  add'l image
Barnsley, Godfrey Aug 26, 1805 Jun 7, 1873 UT ROSA SIC VITA  add'l image
Barnsley, Godfrey, Jr. Jul 29, 1842 Jul 30, 1843 Unmarked  add'l image
Earle, Richard G. (Colonel)   May 18, 1864 Colonel 2 Ala Cav CSA; buried in flower garden behind manor  add'l image
Phenizy, Gene     Unmarked; Ned Phenizy Family
Phenizy, Marie     Unmarked; Ned Phenizy Family
Phenizy, Martha     Unmarked; Ned Phenizy Family
Phenizy, Ned 1842 1937 Unmarked
Phenizy, Will     Unmarked; Ned Phenizy Family
Phenizy, William     Unmarked; Ned Phenizy Family
Quinn, Mary     Unmarked; Irish housekeeper
Reid, Adelaide Barnsley Jan 22, 1834 Oct 2, 1858 Unmarked
Saylor, Benjamin Franklin Armington 1854 1912 Unmarked; B.F.A. Saylor
Saylor, Mary 1898 Infant Unmarked; Infant
Saylor, Ross 1882 1904 Unmarked; buried to the right of Godfrey Barnsley
Sherman, Agnes     Infant
Unknown, Amos     Unmarked
Unknown, Charlotte     Unmarked
Unknown, Jessica     Unmarked
Unknown, Maria     Unmarked
Unknown, Martha     Unmarked
Unknown, Moses     Unmarked
Von Schwartz, Charles Henry   Jan 31, 1885 Unmarked;"The Baron"
Von Schwartz, Julia Barnsley Baltzelle Jan 27, 1836 1899 Unmarked
Young, Addie     Unmarked; Grant Young Family
Young, Alice     Unmarked; Grant Young Family
Young, Elic     Unmarked; Grant Young Family
Young, Ellen     Unmarked; Grant Young Family
Young, Grant     Unmarked; Grant Young Family

If you have information on unmarked graves, please contact so they can be added to the burial list. 
Be sure to reference name of cemetery.
To have a tombstone repaired, or to purchase new one:  Frank Perkins at Cartersville Monument at (770) 386-6777
The VA will provide (or replace broken) headstones/marker/tombstones for soldiers.  Check out their website at:
  Veterans Benefits & Services
Small granite markers can be purchased by calling ... 770-366-2603. Markers are reasonably priced
The information regarding tombstones is provided solely as a convenience for our researchers... Arlene


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